Fifth-Graders Weigh In on Refugee Crisis: 'Everybody Deserves a Happy Life'

For more than a year, ABC News' David Muir and his team have been documenting the lives of Syrian refugees who've moved to the US, including 11-year-old Aya and her family, the Al Jawabras.
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Transcript for Fifth-Graders Weigh In on Refugee Crisis: 'Everybody Deserves a Happy Life'
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